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Critical Care Nursing Trends You Should Know

Learn about pain management, moral distress and other critical care challenges

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“I was in a constant state of anxiety, and it started to manifest as physical symptoms like shoulder pain, muscle tightness and fatigue.”
- Catherine Hiler, RN
Moral distress is a game changer
Nurses feel the pressure when treatment measures do not align with their moral beliefs.
Stay alert to alarm fatigue
Unnecessary alerts may desensitize RNs to important, life-saving alarms.
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On any given day in certain hospital units, up to several hundred alarms may sound per patient.
Managing pain is complicated
Relieving patients' pain while addressing concerns about addiction is no easy task.
“Limits are being looked at as to amounts of opioids that may be dispensed."
- Christina Almgren, RN
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